Today’s Headlines

  • Community Meeting on Central Subway Pagoda Extraction Expected to Heat Up (SFGate)
  • Red Light-Running Driver in Tenderloin Causes Car Crash, Hospitalizing Two Children (ABC)
  • Salon on Hayes Valley’s Grove Street Petitions for Parklet (Hayeswire)
  • Ammiano’s Bill AB 840 Would Make Drivers Swear to Knowing the Dangers of Distraction (SF Exam)
  • Bay Bridge’s Bolt Problem Was Flagged Years Before Work (ABC)
  • Willie Brown: Bay Bridge Builders’ Real Problem is Image of Incompetence (SF Chronicle)
  • Fight Between Taxi Drivers and Rideshare App Makers Growing More Intense (SF Chronicle)
  • Alamo Square Residents Petition for Residential Parking Permit Zone (SF ExamHaighteration)
  • Video: A Look at This Weekend’s Sunday Streets in the Mission
  • Beyond Chron: “Pedestrian Safety” Should Include Dangers From Drug Dealing
  • Palo Alto City Council Looks to Widen Sidewalks (Mercury News)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Joel

    Yesterday, the Planning Department released the Central Corridor Draft Plan: http://sfplanning.org/index.aspx?recordid=173&page=2719

  • mikesonn

    Watch the traffic in the background of the ABC report in the Tenderloin. Those drivers are flying through a dense neighborhood minutes after a crash is cleared.